Luz G. Asio

Luz G. Asio, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor

Department of Agronomy
  • Crop Physiology
  • Plant Nutrition
PhD Units in Crop ScienceUniversity of Arkansas, USA
MS in AgronomyVisayas State University
BS in Agriculture major in HorticultureVisayas State University
  • Publication Award from VSU for the article entitled "A review of postharvest treatments to maintain mango (Mangifera indica L.) quality published in the Annals of Tropical Research 38(1):81-93" (2016)
  • ASTHRDP-National Science Consortium (NSC) doctoral scholarship of the Department of Science and Technology for PhD studies (2014-2018)
  • Model Science Research Assistant given by Visayas State University for exemplary performance during its 89th Anniversary Convocation at the VSU Gymnatorium (August 10, 2013)
  • Erasmus Mundus EXPERTS Scholarship of the European Commission for on-month training in laboratory work at the Research Center for Toxicology (RECETOX), Masaryk University, Czech Republic (April 20-May 20, 2012)
  • Doctoral Scholarship by the National Pingtung University of Science and Technology (NPUST), Taiwan, Republic of China-for doctoral studies in Tropical Agriculture (2008)
  • Consistent Dean`s Lister as PhD Student (GPA=1.25), Central Luzon State University (2014-2017)

Asio, VB and LG Asio. 2021. Properties, Fertility Status, and Sustainable Management of Degraded Tropical Soils. In book: Sustainable Soil Fertility Management (H.S. Jatav, S.K. Singh, V.D. Rajput & T. Minkina, editors) Edition: First Chapter: Chapter 1 Publisher: Nova Science Publishers, New York.

Asio, LG and NE dela Cruz. 2020. Application of Mitscherlich-Bray equation to formulate fertilizer recommendations for sweetpotato in Leyte, Philippines. Annals of Tropical Research 42(2):30-42 © VSU, Leyte, Philippines.

Relente, F and LG Asio. 2020. Nitrogen application improved the growth and yield performance of sweetpotato (Ipomoea batatas (L.) Lam). Annals of Tropical Research 42(1):45-55 © VSU, Leyte, Philippines.

Asio, LG, NV Tamayo and NE dela Cruz. 2018. Response of a Traditional Sweetpotato (Ipomoea batatas [L.]) Variety to Fertilization in Leyte, Philippines. Conference: TROPENTAG 2018: Annual interdisciplinary conference on Research in tropical & subtropical agriculture, Natural Resource Management & Rural Development. Ghent University, Belgium, 17-19 Sept 2018.

Villamayor, FP, VB Asio, AO Lerios, LG Asio, and JR Sabijon. 2017. Soil erosion in the marginal upland of Inopacan, Leyte. Annals of Tropical Research 39 (SUPPLEMENT A): 115-124 (2017) © VSU, Leyte, Philippines.

Asio, L.G. and F. D. Cuaresma. 2016. A Review of Postharvest treatments to maintain mango (Mangifera indica L.) quality. Annals of Tropical Research 38(1):81-93 © VSU, Leyte, Philippines.

Asio, V. B., M. M. Bande, L. G. Asio and P. P. Milan. 2011. Rehabilitation of Degraded Upland through Rainforestation Farming: Impact on Soil Properties and Fertility. Proceeding of the 14th Annual Meeting and Scientific Conference, Visayas State University, Baybay, Leyte, Philippines. pp58-59

Asio, L. G. 2010. Response of corn to chicken dung and rich hull ash application. Soil and Environment Blog.

Asio, L. G. and A. B. Escasinas. 2004. Response of corn to chicken dung and rice hull ash application and mycorrhizal fungi inoculation. Annals of Tropical Research 26:23-38 © VSU, Leyte, Philippines.

Asio, L. G. 2004. Utilization of rice hull ash and chicken dung as combines organic fertilizers inoculated with mychorrhizal fungi. Msc. Thesis, Leyte State University, Baybay, Leyte, Philippines.

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